Ringo Starr performs on Solomon King’s A Hundred Years Or More

Ringo Starr arrived early for The Beatles’ session on this day, so he dropped in to Abbey Road’s Studio Two where soul singer Solomon King was recording a ballad, A Hundred Years Or More.

Starr contributed handclaps to the recording, which can be heard in the UK mix, available as the b-side of King’s 1968 single Goodbye My Old Gal (Columbia DB 8505). They are most audible from around the 1’18” mark.

Recording: Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
Recording: Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da, Revolution
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